Item description for A Gift to Myself: A Personal Workbook and Guide to "Healing the Child Within" by Charles Whitfield...
Overview Offers adult children of dysfunctional families advice on how to come to terms with their childhood, find self-acceptance, and improve their relationships
This is a gentle and effective workbook and guide to Healing the Child Within. It can be used with or without having already read "Healing the Child Within." Using numerous experiential exercises that the reader can do at their own pace, physician and author Charles Whitfield takes us on a healing journey into our inner and outer life. Once a reader starts this book, the healing process begins -- even if they rarely do any of its exercises.
One of the highlights of this book is the clear description of age regression, one of the most crucial concepts in healing and recovery.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 6.2" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1990
ISBN 1558740422 ISBN13 9781558740426
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More About Charles Whitfield
Charles L. Whitfield, M.D., is a physician and psychotherapist in private practice in Atlanta. He is a nationally known speaker and is the author of Memory and Abuse, Boundaries and Relationships, the best-selling Healing the Child Within and A Gift to Myself.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Gift to Myself: A Personal Workbook and Guide to "Healing the Child Within"?
A Gift to Myself Feb 13, 2008
This book is extremely helpful in the self improvement arena. I am very pleased with the ease of reading and directness of content.
Much help in my recovery Dec 26, 2006
I found it the best next step after I read Healing the Child Within A clear overview of the steps to healing and more complete than most books on healing.
Great bedtime read Oct 22, 2005
Use this one to put yourself to sleep; it's sappy and really doesn't provide the substance that merits the title...
Must Have With Companion Book Aug 5, 2005
This simple workbook takes 3-5 years to work through in order to arrive at a point where one will recognize who they truly are in the big and little picture called life. Absolutely required if one seriously is on a journey of discovery and is prepared to take steps to wholeness. This workbook will not make much sense unless using it in conjunction with the parent book Healing the Child Within.
Great Ally Jul 24, 2005
This book is a godsend for clients who are working on severe trauma issues. It is respectful of the pace and nature of the work. Client safety and security in the here and now are primary. The book provides many tools and practical exercises that promote recovery. As a therapist, I find it is a great professional ally as I work with clients who struggle to heal and change after enduring profound abuse, neglect, and trauma. I suggest that therapists first read this book and encourage clients to work through it in the recommended three to five years along with regular therapy.